Amerigo Restaurant

(615) 320-1740 | View Website

1920 W End Ave, Nashville, TN | Directions   37203

36.151865 -86.798324

Open Hours

Monday 11:00 AM - 9:30 PM

Tuesday 11:00 AM - 9:30 PM

Wednesday 11:00 AM - 9:30 PM

Thursday 11:00 AM - 9:30 PM

Friday 11:00 AM - 9:30 PM

Saturday 11:00 AM - 9:30 PM

Sunday 11:00 AM - 8:00 PM

 
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Tags: Business Dining, Family-Friendly Dining, Group Dining, Lunch Spot

Cuisine: Italian

Payment Methods: American Express, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

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Menu
Cheese Fritters, Oven Roasted Artichoke Cheese Dip, Calamari Fritti, Bruschetta Amerigo, Tuscan Crab Cakes, Prince Edward Island Mussels, Shrimp Bisque, Soup of the Day, Caesar Salad, Tomato and Mozzarella Salad... more

Reviews for Amerigo Restaurant

Recommends
3.0
over a year ago

Just okay. Maybe I came on the wrong day?! – My roommate and I were looking for a place to have good lunch. She suggested Amerigos since we send some of our clients there. We went. I dont know if I should have chosen another day or what, but I was not really impressed. The waitor was nice, but my food came back less than warm. Spaghetti is not a huge chef's challenge, but geez.... Can't I atleast get warm meatballs??!! I just made my experience the best I could. I dont see how I couldnt have gotten everyone's best foot forward especially since we were the only two there at the time. Final verdict: I have no clue. What happened here?!

over a year ago

Obviously there is no excuse for us getting your Spaghetti wrong. We make our meatballs from scratch every day several times a day and we are very sorry for messing yours up. We certainly strive for perfection in both food and service every day no matter what time of day and how many people are in the building. If you would please email me I would love to take care of your meal and hopefully convince you to give us another try.

My email address is pschramkowski@vividrc.com

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Best Italian in Town – I asked the hotel front desk for the best italian restaurant in town and she told me Amerigo. Glad I didn't pay attention to that earlier review. I didn't see any mozzarella cheese sticks or any of the other items described in that review on the memu. Maybe they ate at one of the chain italian places and got mixed up. Andy was our server and he was great. I found out they have a new menu so I tried some of the new menu items. With Andy's suggestion I started out with the Mozzarella and Tomato Basilico with vine-ripe red and yellow tomatoes, a tasty balsamic vinaigrette and walnut basil pesto. For an entree I had the Lobster Ravioli. The pasta was cooked perfectly and the sauce was incredible. My wife had the Filet, which she said was fantastic. For dessert I had Creme Brulee Cheesecake. This had to be the best cheesecake I have ever had!! Really creamy with crunchy carmelized sugar topping. This was a great experience and I will certainly come back the next time I am in town.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Fabulous! – Amerigo is my favorite restaurant- the food, service, and overall experience is excellent. Their private dining rooms are perfect for large groups. I go to both locations on a regular basis, and always enjoy myself. Their menu offers a wide variety of food, from seafood and filets to traditional Italian food like pasta and bruschetta. I would definetely reccommend this restaurant for any occassion.

Recommends
3.0
over a year ago

You can do better – While the sausage and duck pasta was great, service was mediocre, the noise level was a little too loud and prices were a little too high. It's better for a large group than a date.

Recommends
3.0
over a year ago

Average Food – This restaurant is about average. I ordered fried mozzarella cheese , spinach dip, and a ribeye. The appetizers were average, and the steak was a little better than average. It was definitely better than Chili's or some place like that, but not better than Outback. My boyfriend orderes pasta, which was a little above average. The waiter was great, as you would expect. The wine list was extensive, and the wines we tried were great. Overall, though, it was disappointing. I would not spend the money on this place again.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Glad to be back again! – I read an earlier review and thought twice about eating here again. Glad I didn't pay attention to that review. I didn't see any mozzarella cheese sticks or any of the other items described in that review on the memo. Maybe they ate at one of the chain italian places and got mixed up.

This time I had Andy for a server and he was great. I found out they have a new menu so I tried some of the new menu items. With Andy's suggestion I started out with the Mozzarella and Tomato Basilico with vine-ripe red and yellow tomatoes, a tasty balsamic vinaigrette and walnut basil pesto. For an entree I had the Lobster Ravioli. The pasta was cooked perfectly and the sauce was incredible. For dessert I had Creme Brulee Cheesecake. This had to be the best cheesecake I have ever had!! Really creamy with crunchy carmelized sugar topping. This was a great experience and I will certainly come back the next time I am in town.

Recommends
3.0
over a year ago

Skip it. – I agree with what others have said about the fabulous service. Our server, Andy, was excellent. He kept full water glasses on the table, and perfectly anticipated our every need.

However. The food was a disaster. The cheese and artichoke pizza was a pile of mush. It was bland and creamy - honestly, it was like eating a pile of alfredo sauce rather than a piece of pizza. The tiramisu? Spare me. It's so far from authentic. White cake sitting in chocolate sauce cannot pass for tiramisu at an "italian" place. I understand that they don't claim to be authentic, but for the love. f they had blown me away with the tiramisu this would be a different review entirely. I doubt I will ever eat here again. For the money spent, it just wasn't worth choking down that food.

Recommends
over a year ago

Casual atmosphere, upscale Italian cuisine. – In Short
Though the cavernous dining room is dimly lit--and the menu is upscale--this Italian restaurant on West End retains a laidback, American family vibe. Health-conscious diners will appreciate several low-carb options on the menu, including flame-grilled pork tenderloin and chicken marsala. The menu is also notable for its eight varieties of Mediterranean-style salad as well as its standout wood-fired pizzas. A dark wood-paneled bar area near the door is great for meeting friends before dinner.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

terrific food, wine, and service – The food at Amerigo is always consistently good when I go in both during lunch and dinner. I recommend the veal picatta, it is out of this world. Amerigo is a favorite of mine to go for a date because it is relatively inexpensive (especially low wine mark-up) and always good. The staff knows not to be too aggressive or lazy with tables and makes it a comfortable dining experience.

As a novice wine drinker, I first went to Amerigo when I moved to Nashville knowing nothing about wines. The servers at the restaurant all are very knowledgable about the wine menu and given me very excellent recommendations for both wines by the glass and bottle. They make being a novice not embarassing.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Cedar wood fish??? – I was really craving Italian food, but when I looked at the menu, I saw that they actually have fish there. Even more, the bartender told me that it is flown in fresh daily. My date and I threw caution to the wind- I ordered the seabass (it came on a cedar plank) and my date ordered some filet with blue cheese on it.

They both were excellent! Although the place is not TRUE Italian, you can tell that they care about the taste as well as the preparation of the food. Plus, the bartenders gave great service and suggested a bottle of wine which complimented both of our dinners!

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